Inland Northwest prepares for yet another round of snow

Inland Northwest prepares for yet another round of snow

It seems like this winter is really dragging on.

Above average snowfall has kept snow plow drivers busy this year.

The first measurable snow hit the ground in Spokane on November 16th.

Since then, Spokane has seen just over 55 inches of snow, that’s about 15 inches above normal.

You may think that’s got to be a record but it’s not even close!

The record for Snowfall in Spokane was set back in 2009 at 97.7 inches.

Normally, Spokane will see the last day of snow in March and occasionally in April.

So, it’s best you keep your snow boots and snow shovels handy.

There have been years that we do see snow in May or June as well.